Batman: Arkham Unhinged, Vol. 3 review

Of the 21 issues from the Arkham Unhinged series there was only one that really mattered and it’s included in this collection. Presentation I can’t for the life of me see why this series has gotten such beautiful…

Arkham Unhinged #20 review

Arkham Unhinged #20 is the final issue of the series AND the 5th and final chapter of the “Bookbinder Saga” but IT DOES NOT END THE STORY! It doesn’t end! There is no ending. This incredibly boring, five-issue…

Arkham Unhinged #19 review

When Karen Traviss initially took over Arkham Unhinged I was intrigued. She was shaping a smarter story and a more fully-realized Gotham City. She was even approaching the concept of Arkham City from a new angle– that of…

Arkham Unhinged #18 review

Here we are at chapter 3 of Karen Traviss’ Bookbinder saga, an arc that will close out the Arkham Unhinged series in November. If you didn’t like what you read in issues #17 or #18 then you won’t…

Batman: Arkham Unhinged, Vol. 2 review

Arkham Unhinged is a series that’s meant to fill in the gaps between the video games Arkham Asylum and Arkham City. It’s written by Derek Fridolfs (Justice League Unlimited, Li’l Gotham) and features a new artist with every…

Batman: Arkham Unhinged #17 review

New series writer Karen Traviss is delivering a bigger Arkham story than we’re used to seeing and giving Gordon some much deserved attention, but does is that enough to make a prequel to a 2 year old video…

Batman: Arkham Unhinged #16 review

New series writer Karen Traviss provides the video game inspired comic with an all new voice and a new direction. This is a very different Arkham Unhinged than you’re used to and I’d say it’s definitely something worth…

Batman: Arkham Unhinged #15 review

Well, it sounded like a really great premise. Hugo Strange sends his Tyger guards into Wayne Manor, a scenario that would add greater depth to the Arkham City DLC challenge maps that featured the Wayne family home as…

Batman: Arkham Unhinged #14 review

If you already know the story of how Bruce and Talia met, be it from Batman: The Animated Series, Batman #232, frequent flashbacks during Grant Morrison’s run, etc. then you don’t really need to pick this up. Just…

Batman: Arkham Unhinged #13 review

Issue #13 collects material that’s actually quite old and was likely postponed a good long while from going to print because of one panel in particular. The very week that this story went online as a digital-first comic…